Mark, from what we have talked about earlier, I notice we used many idioms.
Well, Tell me one of them.
OK, 刚才对话中，出现了许多的日常口语，比如：from the bottom of my heart. 打从心底 ( Mark, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart.)
“From the bottom of one’s heart.” That’s one. How about, “on your own”, that’s another.
(Listeners, you don’t need to learn English on your own, we are here to help.)
“On your own”. 是独自，单独的意思 Also, “try to figure out something yourself”.
Right. Try to figure it out. That means to try to understand something or somebody by thinking.
(If you have questions concerning English, no need to try to figure out yourself)
And one more, “keep on track”.
Keep on track 指对的想法做法方向
(We will keep you on track with your English learning.)
Wow. This is all good stuff.
You know what? Today we are learning English from a passage in the Bible.
It’s Proverbs 3:5-6.
The idioms and common phrases we just talked about show up in this passage.
Listen carefully to see whether you can spot them.
Trust God from the bottom of your heart;
Don’t try to figure out everything on your own.
Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go;
He’s the one who will keep you on track.
Did you hear the idioms? 注意到了日常谚语吗？
Here they are:
From the bottom of your heart
Don’t try to figure out everything on your own
He will keep you on track
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